Ah, and now we come to Saturday, my favorite day of the week;) More from my upcoming full length novel, The Change, is on tap in this week’s installment. Once again, this was really tough keeping the excerpt at eight lines, but I did the best I could;)
Last week, Kiehl, traveling on a long business trip had determined that his wife, Kirsten, had failed to obey his order — namely to text him a picture of her naked body. She did obey him though … sort of. Kirsten knows her implacable, but loving, husband expects much more of her than sort of.
As the scene opens, Kiehl has just informed his crestfallen wife that she’ll just have to wait until he’s home before she gets her relief — after her punishment…
* * * *
He was so hard now he was almost groaning with it, laying a concealing section of the paper over his lap, just in case. It really could work, the psychological side of things. Getting into her head, bending her will to his; it held a unique appeal he’d never considered before. It was something he knew he wanted more of, even as he didn’t know why he wanted it, what particular need within him it satisfied. Or maybe that was simply too close to a brutal truth about him, a door to a part of his dark soul he hadn’t yet had the courage to open? He had his hand on the knob, and he was turning it — and it simply wasn’t yet time.
But he couldn’t be afraid of it forever.
He was curious about something though.
<If you don’t like this, then how come obeying my commands from thousands of miles makes your cunt drip?>
He wasn’t sure what she’d say — or what he hoped she’d say — but her response had him leaning back in his chair, stunned.
<It’s humiliating — as hell. But I like it. I didn’t know I liked it … until the first second I read your text this morning. How messed up am I, Kiehl?>
<In my book, that’s as far from messed up as you can get.>
Should he tell her? Really tell her?
Be careful here.
<Kirsten, it’s time to tell you something else. I LIKE that it’s hard for you to obey. I LIKE that it embarrasses you. How fucked up does that make me then?>
* * * *
For those of you who’d like to be notified when The Change is finally released (sometime this century, probably), the single best way to do that is to sign up for my New Release Alerts Newsletter. This list is the very first to be notified of a new release — and it’s been known to get some screamin’ deals too:)
I hope you liked this week’s teaser. I’ll be back at it next week:) Until then, please visit the other stops on this week’s hop. So many quality authors here, sharing their thoughts, week in and week out. Enjoy!